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Vero Beach

An untouched paradise with miles of uncrowded beaches

Welcome to Vero Beach


Vero Beach, Florida is a secret corner of paradise. If you want beaches where you can stroll alone for miles at sunset or sunrise, this is the perfect spot for you.


Not only does Vero Beach have fantastic waterfront views, but it also features spread-out housing — meaning while you can love your neighbors, they’ll never be close enough to hear. You’ll have rich foliage separating you, offering plenty of privacy.


Plus, the area’s zoning laws mean no chain stores. All the dining and shopping options are unique and local.


What to Love


  • Miles of untouched green space
  • Plenty of beach space
  • Multiple boutique shops, such as Sassy, Loggia, Trimmings and Market
  • Delicious seafood like at Ocean Grill
  • The largest Florida theatre, Riverside Theatre


Local Lifestyle


Vero Beach is all about its one-of-a-kind history and local culture. Something about the types of properties in the community: oceanfront estates, golf view estates, riverfront properties, condos, golf cottages, townhomes. The arts are also an important part of the local culture. The vibrant local culture comes alive at Riverside Theatre, the largest professional theatre in all of Florida. The performances are a comedy show, a musical, or even a play. There is a type of show for everyone, whether you love Swan Lake or fascinating lectures. Riverside Theatre also offers a variety of year-round classes, camps, and training in the many art disciplines, including theatre, dance, music, and video.


There are also multiple historical sites throughout Vero Beach, like the famous Historic Dodgertown, which was the training hub for the L.A. Dodgers until 2008. Before that, it was originally a naval base — which means a bit of naval and sports history wrapped into one.


The Jackie Robinson Training Complex is a spring training facility for major league baseball.  It honors the legacy of Jackie Robinson while also acknowledging the space as the first integrated training facility in the American South.


Despite being a small beach town, there’s endless history, shopping, and culture to explore in Vero Beach!


Arts and Entertainment


Vero Beach Art Museum is considered the beating heart of the arts community in Vero Beach. It not only has over 880 works of art in its permanent collection but also boasts regularly rotating new collections. There’s always something new to experience.  It’s not just about seeing the art, either. You can also take a class and learn how to make it yourself. Vero Beach Art Museum has an entire art school. Whether you want a one-time workshop or to work your way through a full term, there are options for you at any skill level.


Under the Oaks, fine arts and craft shows happen yearly. Located in Riverside Park, you’ll take in the art of over 200 artists while enjoying the shade of the massive oak trees.


Saint Edward’s Trunk Show is a unique shopping experience in the area. Not only will you see one-of-a-kind pieces from over 70 vendors across the country, but you will also get to support the local community. All proceeds from the sale go to support Saint Edward’s afterschool programs. You or your home can look a little more fabulous, and you get the warm glow of doing good.


Experience an outdoor concert every month with Sunset Saturday Night’s Concert Series. Located in the gorgeous Humiston Park, this series features a new music act each month. You don’t even need to worry about eating beforehand, as the food and drink vendors swing by to provide onsite nourishment.


After the concert, walk to the beach to enjoy the beautiful scenery and weather, or swing by some of the local shopping venues!


Beachside Dining and Shopping


Vero Beach on the island allows local shops and restaurants. You won’t find a chain here, so you never have to go out of your way to support local businesses. That means you get access to goods that no one else will have.


For fresh and delicious seafood, head down to Ocean Grill. Not only do they have the freshest catches, but they also have a rich history. The restaurant was first opened in 1941 and was previously a Naval officer’s club.


Casey’s Place is excellent for casual dining fans. Their outdoor dining area with signature umbrellas provides a festive atmosphere, and their food is known for miles around.


Head over to The Tides restaurant for a fine dining experience. You’ll hear locals boast about their Southern, Latin, French, and Caribbean-inspired food and the extensive wine list.


If you want shopping instead of food, local boutiques dot the streets. Stop by Trimmings Home Garden Gifts to explore their phenomenal selection of gifts and home goods. Trimmings is a locally owned and loved shop with an impressive collection of traditional antiques and home decor. Another delightful shop is Loggia Home & Garden. Situated on the coastline, Loggia curates a refined collection of fine clothing, jewelry and accessories to enhance personal style. They also specialize in custom upholstery, home furnishings and décor. Take a trip to their beautiful boutique to gather inspiration for your own interior design. Finally, a visit to Vero Beach is not complete without a stop at Sassy Boutique, known for the fabulous clothing you will find and the fantastic customer service. Come for a warm, welcoming atmosphere and snag a new outfit.


Things to Do in Vero Beach


Another positive of the beautiful, year-round warmth is a year-round farmer’s market! You don’t have to wait until May to get locally grown veggies, fruits, and artisanal goods. The Oceanside Farmer’s Market is open and waiting for you every Saturday morning. Pick up locally sourced vegetables, fruits, and fresh seafood. The market also showcases artisanal goods from small businesses every week. There’s always something new to explore!


Vero Beach also has much to love in the great outdoors. Experience the beautiful, tropical scenery at Jaycee Park, Riverside Park, South Beach Park, and Humiston Park. Each location has a unique outdoor space, and most are also connected to a beach. Perfect for a picnic or just to take a nice hike.


Veteran’s Memorial Island Sanctuary, located near Vero Beach Art Museum, offers you the chance to pay respects to the members of our armed forces. It’s a lovely outdoor island with a trail leading around the edge and bronze plaques for each branch of the armed forces. Enjoy a pleasant walk while also remembering and respecting our fallen service members.


McKee Botanical Garden is a great place to visit to see some local and exotic plants and learn all about them. In addition to learning that way, McKee Botanical Garden also provides classes for all age groups and experience levels to free your inner gardener. Not only that but there is a specific children’s garden too. Allow your child to explore and be a kid while discovering the beauty of nature.




Vero Beach is served by the Indian River County School District.   

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